A WORD A WEEK PHOTO CHALLENGE: Orange: Carrot Art

A WORD A WEEK PHOTO CHALLENGE:  Orange: Carrot Art

When I think of vegetables and fruits and think of how much Vitamins and good stuff are in them, naturally, I can’t help but be in awe. How is it possible that such things have so much in them that benefit our bodies? They are really meant for sustenance, given to us to nourish our bodies. My grandfather used to munch on raw carrots thinking that his eyes will have the nutrients to stay healthy, and indeed, grandpa read his way through life without much visual aid.
God, thank you for carrots and all the good stuff for food!

This is my entry to A Word a Week Challenge: Orange.

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  1. That and chesa. We had different varieties in our yard and we gathered them ripe from the tree. It wasn’t the greatest fruit but we ate it for our eyes. I wouldn’t be surprised of you didn’t like it. Lol

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